NY Federal judge slams Wells Fargo for forged mortgage docs

New York Post
By Catherine Curan
January 31, 2015 | 8:34am

FILE: Wells Fargo Reports Higher EarningsJudge Robert Drain has a message for Wells Fargo: “Forged” foreclosure documents don’t cut it in New York’s federal courts.

In a stunning 30-page decision on January 28, Drain, a federal bankruptcy judge in New York’s Southern District, blasted Wells Fargo, America’s largest mortgage servicer, for false documents it used in trying to prove its right to foreclose on Westchester County resident Cynthia Carrsow Franklin’s home. Continue reading

Wells Fargo’s Failed to Establish that it is the Holder of the Note – Claim Objection Granted!

Buckle Up

See the Franklin Decision – MEMORANDUM OF DECISION ON DEBTOR’S OBJECTION TO CLAIM OF WELLS FARGO BANK, NA

“Wells Fargo’s failure to establish that it is the holder of the Note similarly requires the Claim Objection to be granted and Claims 1‐2 and 1‐1 disallowed.”
There ARE decent judges!

(Unlike some other bank-biased judge this week that encountered more than enough robo-signed documents and intentionally excluded Defendants’ evidence proving that the bank hadn’t met its burden… and kept the doors closed to witnesses and the public throughout the trial, without a witness exclusion motion, while it ruled for the bank)

With apologies to Paul Simon—Linda’s Song

I met him at a deposition
On a case I had last year
It involved some serious fabrications
Like from a man who had way too much beer Continue reading